Bell & Ross has always been passionate about military history and values. To go even further in its quest for excellence, the independent manufacture has made aviation, especially aeronautical instruments, a main source of inspiration.
This year they look to further strengthen the bond with its core business and first passion, Aviation. It is also the year Bell & Ross rethinks its GMT Instrument and launches a new version. Redesigned, more modern, more functional, more readable.
Its black sunray dial contrasts with its large white photoluminescent numerals and indexes. This colour scheme is ingrained in Bell & Ross’ DNA. It echoes the colours used for on-board flight instruments. The new BR 03-93 GMT timepiece provides the time in three different locations around the world. For the first time, the iconic square shape is completed with a bi-directional bezel.
Movement: calibre BR-CAL.303. Automatic mechanical.
Functions: hours, minutes, central seconds, second 24-hour time zone and date. Quick setting of the GMT hand, independently of the hour hand.
Case: 42 mm in width. Satin-finished and polished steel. Bi-directional rotating bezel with 24-hour scale and black and red two-colour anodised aluminium ring.
Dial: black. Indices coated in Super-LumiNova®. Metal skeletonised Super-LumiNova®-filled hour and minute hands and 24-hour hand.
Crystal: sapphire with anti-reflective coating.
Water-resistance: 100 metres.
Straps: black coloured calfskin leather and ultra-resilient black synthetic fabric.
Buckle: pin. Satin-finished and polished steel.
For more information please visit https://www.bellross.com/